Adriana Cheble and Gustavo Salemme, a couple of doctors, died of coronavirus with just one week apart.
They had 62 and 67 years respectively, and they could not get to know their grandson who was about to be born due to having contracted the disease.
It was his son Matías who wanted to tell his story through Instagram, going viral after receiving hundreds of messages of support and recognition of these professionals.
“My sister is pregnant and my younger brother, as he lived with them, it also got infected. I was the only one in the family who did not have to isolate himself, “he declared in InfoBae.
“At first they isolated themselves at home. Later, as they started with respiratory insufficiency, they were admitted to the Private Hospital “, where Adriana worked.
Finally, Gustavo passed away on October 9 and Adriana on the 16th.
“His death is a huge pain that only calms down thanks to the infinite affection of the people “, confesses Matías.
Take advantage of its sad story to try to raise awareness among the population. “Beyond what you believe about the pandemic, the quarantine and the restrictions, whether you agree with the Government or not, I can tell you that the virus exists and if it touches you, it’s cruel. You can lose the most loved one in a matter of days. My old men died a week apart. The death certificate says Covid-19, “he said.
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Beyond what each one believes about this pandemic, the quarantine, the government, the strategies or the measures, the only thing that is real, concrete and objective is that the virus exists and kills. If we do not take real awareness of this and do not begin to act with social responsibility, it will be very difficult to get out of this. Let’s be aware and take care of ourselves and the other. That the later, do not make us forget the now because this virus does not forgive. Let’s respect the protocols, let’s reject the clandestine, let’s do things right so we can get out of it faster. Let’s help so many doctors who are giving up their lives for us from our place, let’s make it a little easier for them. Let’s take care of ourselves, it’s so difficult for us. . . . . . #covid #pandemic #coronavirus #resilience # empathy #conscience #responsibility #medical #health #solidarity
“You have to take care of yourself and your neighbor. It is a job that we have to do together. You have to be responsible in caring for and taking safety measures necessary: wear a mask and maintain social distance “, he reflected through social networks.
“I know that from where they are they will send us the necessary strength to continue in this mess. I am glad that they are together and in peace. Today I ran out of words, in life we used them all and I am glad that it was so. Forever“, their son said goodbye to them.
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I stay with your hugs, your kisses, your endless love, your words of encouragement every time I needed them, your constant support in everything I undertook. I stay with the infinite barbecue, wines, beers and gin and tonic, our trips to the house of anisacate, our place in the world. I keep all our talks, our laughs, our looks, our complicities, our rounds of bars, our trips, our jokes, our eternal friendship. I stay with our life together that made me so happy and with the peace of having told you everything I love you looking into your eyes every time I could without ever keeping anything, like you, so sincere and affectionate. You were exemplary in all your roles, as a father, as a brother, as a son, as an uncle, as a friend and as a doctor, your beloved profession. You lived by and for all those around you, a huge heart, an unlimited generosity. Rest assured that what you asked me the last time we spoke will be like that. Thank you for the love you gave me. Superheroes never die, and you, as I told you so many times, are mine. In each smile you will always be, I love you eternally. Goodbye pa, doc, Gustavito de mi alma.